The on-screen character affirmed at San Diego Comic Con 2017 Saturday that he will for sure play Batman in executive Matt Reeves’ up and coming independent film The Batman. The Hollywood Reporter had as of late said the performer’s future as the Caped Crusader was in question, citing a source as saying Warner Bros. Pictures is “chipping away at plans to usher out Affleck’s Batman—effortlessly, tending to the adjustment in some shape or frame in one of the up and coming DC movies.”
At the studio’s board at Comic Con 2017, arbitrator Chris Hardwick got some information about the bits of gossip that he won’t not repeat his part of Batman past Justice League and its 2019 spin-off.
“I know, let me be clear. I am the most fortunate person on the planet. Batman is the coolest f- – ruler part in any universe it’s quite recently mind blowing. I am so excited to do it,” Affleck said. “It’s f- – lord astounding despite everything I can’t trust it after two films…Matt Reeves doing it, I would be a fucking chimp on the ground for Matt Reeves not to mention Batman.”
“It’s a great time in the Justice League universe and I’m really excited for what we have,” Affleck said. “I mean this is amazing. This is an amazing and the first time when everyone had their costumes on and when we were on set it was very much a high geek level…it was electrifying.”
He at that point raised Matt Reeves’ motion picture being developed and shouted, “I would be a gorilla on the ground for Matt Reeves!”
Later in the introduction, he emphasized that he cherishes “being in Hall H and having the capacity to state ‘I’m Batman.'”
The group cheered at his relieving words, in spite of the fact that it stays misty in what heading Reeves’ Batman will at last go.
Reeves is set to coordinate The Batman and has eyes on making a set of three with the character. Reeves has dropped a script by Affleck and Geoff Johns, and Affleck used to be connected to guide himself.